Jasmila Zbanic, the director of Bosnia's competition entry "Na putu" (On the Path), sees only advantages to being a woman director.
It's business as usual for the film industry in Ukraine after the country's political shift to the East with the election of a Russophile new president, Viktor Yanukovych.
Czech director Jan Hrebejk will shoot in Prague this summer on a new project.
It has been a long and winding road getting tax incentives, but for the Czech film industry, after a decade of lobbying, it's about to become a reality. Putting the Czech Republic on the same footing…
It took the collapse of a government and the appointment of a man of culture to get the new Czech film incentive plan through a parliamentary vote.
A century after the death of one of the world's greatest novelists, unique documentary film footage shot during the last two years of the life of Leo Tolstoy is being restored.
Co-productions are back on the film industry map in Russia as the country comes down from its boom years, when a glut of domestic money and robust box office kept producers focused on the home market.
The poster alone is enough to stoke interest from buyers: The one-sheet for Hungarian director Szabolcs Hajdu's new film "Bibliotheque Pascal" shows a woman clad in a skintight black latex body suit…